We at Zen 4 Law, have years of experience as a medical malpractice lawyer. We pride ourselves on the care and compassion we bring to everything we do.
We have represented numerous clients who have suffered as a result of medical negligence. Along with providing competent legal representation, we also pride ourselves on the care and compassion we bring to everything we do.
When someone goes to a doctor or hospital for treatment, a great deal of trust is place upon that relationship. A patient or loved one of a patient expect care that the doctor or hospital will uphold a certain level harm. They do not expect to be caused harm while undergoing treatment. Unfortunately though, injuries and death result from the negligence of doctors and hospitals.
A person’s greatest accomplishments never come from sailing through the good times.
They come from weathering and overcoming the bad times.
When medical malpractice results in injury or death, the injured party or loved ones may have a claim. The doctor, nurse, hospital, or other healthcare provider may be liable. They may be liable for damages if they fail to uphold a certain standard of care.
The time limit for bringing a claim for medical malpractice in the State of Florida is two (2) years is two years from the date a person knew, or should have known with the exercise of reasonable diligence, that an injury has occurred and same was the result of medical malpractice. In no instance, can a claim be brought more than four years after the date of actual incident of malpractice, unless there is fraud, concealment, or misrepresentation.
As such, if you believe that you or a loved one have been injured as the result of medical negligence, contact Zen 4 Law and Nikki Kavouklis, a medical malpractice lawyer, right away today to discuss your options.